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D.D. dissertatio medico-botanica [microform] : sistens specifica Canadensium, qvae, consensu ampliss. Facult. Medicae in Regia Academia Upsaliensi praeside ... Carolo Linnaeo ... publico examini submittit Johannes von Coelln vestro-gothus R.A.S. adscriptus in auditorio carolino majori D. anni MDCCLVI, H.A.M.S (1756)

Author: Coelln, Johannes von, 1725-1808; Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
Subject: Medicinal plants; Plantes médicinales
Publisher: Scarae [Skara, Sweden : s.n.]
Language: Latin
Call number: CIHM 94125
Digitizing sponsor: University of Alberta Libraries
Book contributor: Canadiana.org
Collection: microfilm; additional_collections
Notes: Film/Fiche is presented as originally captured.

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Dissertation, submitted to the University of Uppsala by Johannes von Coelln, in which he describes 46 Canadian plants used by the North American Indians to cure various diseases. Written under the direction of Linnaeus

References: Sabin 41350; TPL 6426

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